7 Yoga Mistakes You Should Know to Cut Your Risk of Getting Injury
People like practicing yoga for various reasons beginning from physical conditioning and stress management to spiritual connection. Whatever a goal may be, you still can get an injury, even if you’re a skillful practitioner. Here are 7 most common yoga mistakes, avoiding which can help you keep strong and healthy:
- You think that harder poses are better poses.
- You prefer flexibility over strength.
- You forget to breathe.
- You keep pushing through pain.
- You do not use enough props.
- You are too goal-oriented on the mat.
- You are distracted on the mat.
More information on these mistakes here.
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